Recitals are informal afternoon concerts given in a variety of venues such as St. Edmund’s Church, Crickhowell; The Muse, Brecon and St. Catwg’s Church Llangattock followed by tea and cakes. Performers usually come from within the Friends and often involve other family members and friends of Friends.
There are no upcoming events.
Charlie Beresford: Acoustic guitar/piano/voice
Sonia Hammond: cello
Since their first album release in 2014 ‘The Science of Snow’ Beresford Hammond have continued to, in the words of Ian Mann, “bring true beauty to the art of free improvisation, once again producing an intimate, accessible and strangely beautiful album to both intrigue and beguile the listener. The filmic quality of the work is very much rooted in the restless beauty, and at times unforgiving nature, of the Welsh Marches where they are both based.”
To comply with Covid regulations this event has a limited number of tickets which must be reserved in advance. You must reserve your place by phone or email to Janet Foster: email@example.com 01874 665409. Only 32 seats. First come, first served!
No tickets will be sold or money taken at the door.
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The Brecknock Trio
Laurence Kempton, Elliott Kempton, Sonia Hammond
Bach Prelude and Fugue in A flat
Mozart Divertimento in E flat K563
The Marquee will be open an hour before each concert and there is a licensed bar for drinks before and afterwards with table service.
Tickets in advance only are £12.50 each
Please email Sonia and she will send you the relevant bank details
Do wrap up warm as the marquee will be open sided. Seating will be allocated to each bubble in advance and you will be guided to your seats.
EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 DISEASE
Short Recital followed by tea in aid of Brecknock Sinfonia Trust
Sarah Waycott: Flute
Bob Osborne: Clarinet
Sophie Adams: Piano
|Dance of the Blessed Spirits||Gluck|
|Head of Steam||Wiegold|
|Walzes 3 and 4 for Flute, Clarinet and Piano||Shostakovitch|
Since the concert had to be cancelled here are three of the items that would have been performed:
Rossignol Suite first movement:
Arthur Bliss: Pastorale
James MacMillan: From Galloway
And as a bonus, here is the encore that we would have performed if the audience had been sufficiently enthusiastic:
Delibes: Flower Duet
Four Cellos of Brecknock Sinfonia
The Cook Family and Friends
John Rath with Sinfonia Strings
John Rath – Bass Baritone
Ruth Brown, Adrian Cook – Violins
Tim Cronin – Viola
Sonia Hammond – Cello